A profession may seem obvious, but it sometimes is a winding path constructed over time. It was when I realised what psychology brought me personally that I knew it was my vocation.
I studied psychology at the University of Fribourg, and during my curriculum, I got involved in a student commission for equity and social justice. This commitment - enriching and formative on both a personal and professional level - birthed a wish: to offer a welcoming, benevolent, and non-judging space to everyone who feels the need. A wish that I am now realising.
Once I graduated, I set up as an independent psychologist and pursued a postgraduate training to become a humanistic psychotherapist.